This is why I switched to Brave!

Im using the laptop that my parent give me, so only 8 GB of RAM :grimacing:


I’m far behind @Boban :slightly_smiling_face:

Note:
Ignore my handwriting :wink: :rofl:

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I switched to chrome due to issues with kodular creator in firefox.

Why? How is it related?

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Mine one is Gaming Laptop… & Kodular is really smooth in chrome…

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Microsoft Edge is better than chrome for me :grin::blush::heart:

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Because I use mobile to use Kodular. 🤷

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Chrome icon on Brave browser!!! How?

:thinking::thinking::roll_eyes:

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Your phone uses some icon packs? And btw I think brave is chromium based browser.

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No. App default icon is used to show it.

Then I don’t what happened to your phone, it shows completely right on my phone
Btw, the using kodular creator in brave mobile version is worse the Chrome, I cannot even drag with just a few hundreds of blocks.
Firefox is better in mobile.

For mobile use puffin browser it provides inbuilt trackpad.
You can drag it wherever you want on the screen.


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Ya Puffin is really good option.
One of my student use it…

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Nope… Actually I am an orphanage owner…
There I have students…

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NO! Firefox and Edge use separate Web Engine.
But, that’s not the case with browsers such as Brave because they are based on Chromium.
So, I don’t suggest switching to Firefox.

and many important things are not supported in Firefox and Edge.

I’ve been using Brave since last month. It’s GREAT.

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On brave i liked this interface


The red progressbar looking awesome

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It looks like this in desktop.

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